Grammy award-winning production duo Tha Bizness (Young Jeezy “My President,” Chris Brown “Strip,” Young Money “Every Girl”) allow us the privilege of watching exactly how they crafted Kendrick Lamar’s chilling good kid, m.A.A.d city opener, “Sherane.” The pair walk us through all the textures, layers and sample manipulation that went into the instrumental, which was made using Native Instrument’s Maschine. Beat junkie or not, this is an interesting watch. (Via 2DBZ)

Check out more new material from A$AP Rocky, CyHi The Prynce, Heems and Reks & Bishop Lamont after the jump…

A$AP Rocky has kept busy across the pond. Not only performing a rendition of Gnarls Barkley’s “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul,” the Harlem MC also spit a freestyle over Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” for BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Live Lounge. Needless to say, Rocky was in his element here. (Via Semtex)

G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce brings us another visual sample of his upcoming Ivy League: Kick Back project, which drops Jan. 29. Picking up where “Favorite Things” left off, “Far Removed” (produced by Lex Luger) finds CyHi and his boys, Pill, Bankroll and Botchey, enjoying the fruits of their drug heist. Will it be for long, though? Stay tuned. (Via Complex)

Das Racist may be no longer, but Heems still has his sights set on a solid solo career. Today he shares some newer (and quirkier) visuals for his Lushlife-produced “Soup Boys,” off November’s Wild Water Kingdom, which was premiered right here on Miss Info. (Via Pitchfork)

East meets West as Boston lyricist Reks links up with Inglewood native and former Aftermath signee Bishop Lamont on his new track, “Trust Us.” Frequent collaborator Numonics lends some funky, drum-heavy production to place the cherry on top. Reks’ Revolution Cocktail was originally scheduled to release tomorrow, but will now drop on Feb. 26. (Via OnSmash)

Previously:
Rap Roundup: Blu, Casey Veggies, DJ Kay Slay, Styles P, Kendrick Lamar, Kurupt